Last week, as millions of Americans got hyped about the Fourth of July, two men brutally tortured by the US government were quietly released from prison.
We talked to author and security analyst Peter Singer about why the next war will be so much scarier than past ones, and whether there's anything we can do about it.
We spoke to French-English journalist Manon Loizeau, who recently went back to Chechnya years after the end of its devastating war to make a new documentary.
These ex-soldiers who have seen war want young people to know its true horrors to stop them signing up.
After the war ended, the US military marked their dogs as "expendable surplus equipment," leaving them to the South Vietnamese or euthanizing them.
How do you manage your fear in these life-threatening situations? "Curiosity. That's the best solution. That's what overwhelms everything else."
Ruslan and Oxana met first as soldiers in the same unit, when both joined the Donetsk People's Republic military at the beginning of the region's violent secession from Ukraine.
Electromagnetic pulses are more than a plot device from The Matrix, and the US is preparing to defend against them.
The Pentagon been quietly but clearly voicing concern that war is coming to space. But what exactly would that look like?
The war to save London's LGBT venues rages on. We talked some of the people on the front lines this weekend.
The women of the Syrian Civil Defense have to stabilize patients on the back of pickup trucks amid missile showers while dealing with a culture that says such situations are no place for women.
The commercialisation of ANZAC is so widespread, it's almost impossible to get outraged about it.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new training mission as Kiev keeps asking for real guns.
In February, Khamis Gewargis Khamis left his wife and kids to fight for the Assyrian Christian militia.
A tour of "the Boneyard," where old planes sit baking in the Arizona desert heat, waiting to be recycled or transported to US allies.
Russia isn't officially at war, but her soldiers are dying. How are their families dealing with the loss?
Lindsey Graham is convinced the world is exploding, and thinks he's the only one who knows how to work the fire extinguisher.
The Government is about to publish their long-term defence strategy and Alan Dupont is worried. We asked the security expert and former diplomat about why Australia is falling behind the times.
The battle commander of an Aurora surveillance aircraft talks about collecting data in a war zone and long-distance coffee runs.
The same Shiite militiamen who partner with the US to battle ISIS in Syria and Iraq might also wish us harm, when we're not converging on the same target.
Despite growing tensions with Prime Minister Netanyahu, the Obama administration requested more than $3.1 billion in military aid for Israel this year. But what would happen if that were all gone?
Zachary Gallant is attempting to explain war to kids through a rhyming, illustrated book, à la Doctor Seuss but with more ethnic violence and Kalashnikovs.
Rudy Giuliani's comment that President Obama doesn't love America sparked an uproar last week. But do people who really hate America think Obama is one of their own?
The European debt crisis has led many Albanians to leave Greece and Italy and return home after living abroad for decades.